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NO. 67 CAN POWERS PLUG EDWARDS' II SO, MACHINE? IT LOOKS LIKE CALEB WILL WIN FOR CONGRESS IN "BLOODY ELEVENTH." tl: Edwards' machine powcrfu enough to run over the Powers on next Thursday!"' la the question that Is being asked by thosu who havo watched tho bitter fight "la tvhlch la b"lnR waged for tho republican congressional tiomlnatlon In tho Kloventh dtktrlct. Tho answer to this question will undoubtedly decide whether Don C. Edwards Is to re- turn to congress for another term oj whether Caleb Powers, thrlco of the assassination of Govern-o- r William Ooebcl and pardoned by Governor Wlllson, la to take tho honored plnco In tho halls of tho national congress. To one, slltltifl, as It were, on a tho battleground, fence overlooking tho signs all point to n victory for P'wcrs. In tho eyes of tho big majorRy of the mountain republicans ho Is a "martyr" und he and his friends have worked this for nil It hna been vortb Regardless of every consld oration of party policy In tho nomlna lion of a man with such a record for consresslonal honors, Powers seems to hnvA tiin humble mountaineer with him and uules one of tho most glgan- tic steal ever known In politics In Kmi- .,.!!, i. nrnnipi- -t l.v iho machinery J tho hand, of Erwords friends. It ap- pears tbat Powers 'will win by n big d - to try to uso on Powers." The paper says the scheme la to let those who print the ballots or the district chairman and under whose direction they mv made, furnish Edwards' election '(Ulcers .when appointed a goodly supply of Ihees extra ballots to put down n the Intldo pockets of those wr.o lll enter such a deal. These bhl-- .t ssro to be stenciled under tho Ed wards' device as thuigh they had beon voted by a legal voter for .Mr. Ldwiirds. At opportuno times during election day, these ballots am to be slipped Into the ballot box. They are not only to slip n number of spurious ballots Into the mass of ballots to be counted but In strong Powers ;irecmcls over tho cllhlrltt they nro to steal from the bnllnts to bo count-id- , beforo they put tho spurious one In ns many Col lots as nro deemed . LEADING FARMERS CALL MASS MEETING WON'T STAND FOR PISTOL "TOTING" WELL-KNOW- Stone for Judge LAWDANVILLE YER WILL SEEK CIRCUIT JUDGESHIP. - DR. TARDIF INVENTS RAILROAD PROMINENT MAN COUPLE OF ALL INTERESTED IN TOBACCO POLICE JUDGE MENEFEE HANDS TO DISCUSS MAINTENANCE ED SALTER STIFF ONE FOR OF LIVING PRICE FOR CROP. FLOURISHING WEAPON. Col. Jack C'hlnn nnd Ilrndlcy Wilson Qke hero for the Hurley Tobacco MAY safe and ndvlsablo to do.'" Roth Bides ,iro making cxtravagnnt claims us to majorities and preponderant of sentiment In tho l'J counties of tho district The only ones which to n disinterested onlooker appear certaln for Edwards nro Laurel, Hull, Adair and Wayne, with the latter two doubtful. The Powers leaders claim that Edwards will have to spnd 5,000 to carry his own county of l, Money nnd moonshine whisky will flow like water throughout tho length nnd breadth of the "Woody Elevonh" next Thursday In the most memorable political fight wMch has tnkn place there In many years; and much stir- u occasions in we,, in clrclos If the "Woody 11th u. to Its gory prendonym " !'' '"" n lnal " r- - tnnjtrty. i:rji"Sjrr!f check-unto rem-lilng school enrollment L- - to BREAKS RECORDS every ctfort ot the Edwards maaway from chinery to tako tho votes the "martyr." Notwithstanding the 3b PUPILS WHEN FALL IfcRM Tact that most of tho "practical poll-- ( BEGINS ADDRESS TO THE tlctans" In tho Eleventh dlstroct are TAXPAYERS behind too present congressman, tho disastrous Wfect upon their All records for attendance at the narv In th ul.lln !t n WhOlO 0 the 8Unford Publlc 8Choo " n wenl" nomination ot Powers. nevertheless ( tin. dm maur shrewd workers In tho day wero eclipsed last week, when rjwew camp; m-- who were allnjod school started for the fall term with with the old Hunter faction, and havo 333 pupuB pregent. iarge number never forgiven Awards for bis dereao f M ana frlend vm for tho Pen,n ercbei, which wero Tho Powers leader, are getting " D. M. Walker, who made an ready fdY any and every emergency say that they Intend to see tbn ( Interesting address along the line of They TQt la counted as can in ine primary training for ctnclcucy add good clu next Thursday. Their Inspectors and xenshJ NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. at every nrcclnct will be, " handsome catalogue of the dtd" game men. ready for anything Healed bids will be received for tsSt-matranspire In tho coutsf of. i. school, Jqs Issued by the Interior concrete pavements around the -- v .... 1 u bitter uaiioiung. court bouse Inside the yard and In --Tho steps to which U la sometimes tront ot (he cour house and for a con: to go In the Eleventh dls- - To the taxpayers of the district: crpte wall.or. coping around .same as. . mir pount were sue-- 1 Since the organization of the pres ...'.,, . and specifications now on clctly and tersely described- - by At- - cntvBCliooUsytera In 1902, the flnan' tile In my office. torncr Edwin P. Morrow, ot Somerset, ess, x ua institution nave been aurair . .A" t'ida must be sealed and tiled a'sbunch Powers man. who has Just ably managed. An Indebtedness or with the .undersigned on on before 10 . ' m mrouju. mnrn Ihnn 11111101 wa. InnlrrcMl lhru o'clock a. SepL 21, rvturncd from a speaaing lour .t.....t. Clsy, Laurel. Manches; VV'S uiii wuui fy,vvu uu uuuu ub id? 10. Uw counties of With, the present tax 67-i the beginning. U'rjand WhlUe Irt ,behalf Pf W"G. B. COOPElt. Clerk. Morrow said that In a cer- rate, which has not been Increased! dilate. Mr. tain race up In oneroid cf the, El,vy tht?re hu been a gradual but aubstan,-tu- t Don't forget the great Coburn Mini growth of property and equipment, wtoi, tho late Col. David (1. Colson Thursday night. Everything; one of Tho building, which Is an honor to strcla was. apppolnted Inspector at a graces the hill on which It Is new and ca,tcny. ueaervea saw tha precincts whero Uie frlcuds or tre Rtanford, Shungar & Tanner, . supplied cildate whom Col. Colson favpred, stttiated. It, haa been furniture. with, Two uellovcd some monkey business would comfortable school Tha Kentuc.Kx conference or the M. opposition, pl.tnos have been purcluujed, a con- E. Church-Boutthe- will convene In Har !m; attempt) "7 walked Into- - the crete' walk haa ben made, two barna rodburg, Sept, 21. . yishop John A. Colonel Colson use of non KelKo will preside. Thi conference booth when 'the polls opened, pull have been built for the a steam-ncatinmakes the.' appointments of the cd'out a b'g six shooter and tajd It on; resident jupi'i and system has been Installed. All these preachers for tha following, yenr. the table In front ot him, ana swuca many others, havo been ed another around to his bolt In front things, with quietly remarked that Hot a ballot done without an Increaso ot one cent and Skin Affections was to bo put Into th box .until he In the tax. more teachers now had passed on it. And the voting at There are four INFANT OR ON necessary at the beginning. WHETHER that precinct that day is: said to have than .were GROWN PERSPN CURED BY have been new department been as quiet as a Sunday school. Tw6 ZEMO ANO. 2EMO SOAP now a school propSuch an Illustration of tho correct added. There la erty, valued at more than 120,000 with An UnuVuil Offer. mbthod for obtaining a fair count, cowfnW from such, a loading- - supporter only 12,000 indebtedness and thla can The man at the drug store says to every person, bo It man, woman or as Mr. Morrow, and the be paid In, one more year. of Power There are sufficient funds to meet child, who ha an Irritated, tender or cry of the Powers press continued that, the Edwards, machine Is going tq tho expenses of the coming year and Itching skin to. come tojour storeiana nnd other procure a bottle or ZEMO and a, make nn cftqr tl to rob Powers uex$ pay the insurance. Interest .by many to be Incidentals. An Itemized or aUtlstl- cake of ZEMO soap and It you are not Thursday ar taken report is not deemed necessary at entirely, satisfied with the results, simply a paraphrasing of the oM cal hnrk and set vour money. HO iuabeiaatlcal,axlottvthat two and two thla time, but the books of the board nu education, are open for the- - inspec- conildent are wa ot tbo elftcacy of,' of BtnxVfour. at any time. this clean, slmpio treatment, tnat we Tbo Powers press, which have been tion of the patrons e make you this usuo.1 otter. past several weeks Bhould It not be the source ot a gloating for the ZEMO Is a clear liquid for external community, prldo that he UaVo. over tho large crowds wrlch have use that has cure J so, many ensea o( nt, oyery speak- such n InatltuUon mannged with bo eczema, pimples, dandruff and other heard their champion are ing appointment and ridiculing Ed- CBreat care that he best Interests forms of skin eruption.' ' ZEMQ.and s ZEMO soap are the mdst economical always conserved! and the raoagre wards efforts as well as the cleanest and most to which ho has epoken, aro treatment for atrectlons ot "Can bo depended upon" Is an expointing out to hla followers the now whether on and when th skin or scalp, Pebnya Drug Infant pression vve all like, to hear, Store or grown person. cftorta which will "bo mado to rob him It la used In connection with on election day. The Somerset Your complexion as well as your Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea probably tho strongoat Pow-er- a cur- Uemedy It means that it never tails temper Is rendored miserable by a in iU orgau In prito euro diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel disordered liver. By taking Chambor rent issue tbo last before the plana complaints. It la pleaannt to take Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets you mary, declares that "Edwards children and Improve both. Sold by Penny's aitlgantlo Bleal; robbed Hunter by ami equally valuable for Drug Store. can Drug Store. adults. Sold by Penuy'a the aawo methods he bow purpoaesj week hnvo been planning ." pool nt fl.e courthouse on Monday to a crowd of farmers. At the conclusion of tho speeches n proposition was made to the farmers of Lincoln county to form their own pool and control their own crops, so that they will have some part In the great movement to keep tho price of tobacco nnd land up to n living figure. Alter talking the matter over, about two dozen of tho lending farmers and tobneco growers of this county signed a cull for a mass meeting of everyone Interested in tho growing of tobneco to bo held ncro on the 24th of this month when tho whole situation wll bo gone over and considered from all nnglos. It Is proposed to mnko the meeting much like the large gathering pf farmers and tobacco men held re Hustonville. cently nt Pnlut Lick, where the pooV iiit; sentiment has received such nn The largo rtour mill ot Thomas Impetus lately. Combest, near Dunrivllle, wns broken Col. Jack Chlnn made a character! of a tic sperh In which he pointed out IMo Saturday ulght and robbed miatnlLv o meal and Hour. Lalr'a that before the price ot tobacco had were hurried to the been rnloed by the success of the pool, bloodhounda scene and placed on the trail. No there had hardly a hundred acres of Lurrcst hn8 been madp, but It Is be- the weed been, rained In Lincoln coun every llovcd the guilty parties aro located. ty while now It covered almost Lubanks, the. man hall ond valley. He also pointed out The dogs trailed to in land vnl who Is believed to havo burned Mrs. the tremendous Increase week, but no war-rntues since the pool had forced up the Hadcr's store last hail been isued and no arrest tobacco. price of was made. A slater ot tho church rather boastWITH MASONIC HONORS BURIED fully mentioned to a member ot a late accession from her church, when she The burial of William J. Yager was was slightly Jarred by the prompt re conducted with the Impressive Mason- tort: "yes, when you get a few more ic ceremonies Saturday and tho re Rood Methodists, you'll have a very mains laid to rest In Buffalo cemc respectable congregation." Lery. John Maas, ot Preston lodge, Mrs. J. II. White and son of Dallas, No. 281, of Louisville, conducted the Texas, arrived last week to spend the ceremonies at the grave. The pall nmnipr with her Darents. Mr. and bearers were Wm. Shaefer and Aug Mrs. Josiah Bishop on Main street ust Daimler, houorary ot DeMolav Mrs. T. O. Tupman is visiting her Comandery; A. H. Gaus and, W. C, children, Mrs. Wallace D. Wolfe, o' Sesfljpn, of the. .consistory; George Cincinnati and Wallace H. Hall, of 8m(th and Carl Lllne'r, io4' Excelsior Freeport, HI. fodgej Np. U58; George G. Mlnor;of Mss Allc&yon, and Mr. O. A. BishCompas lodge.- - No. 22$ nnd J. AW Ire op attended tho Somerset fair last land, of Lincoln lodge; Kp. 60. week and fcreatly enjoyed the outing. Mr- - Yager was a 82nd degree Mn Wm. Dodd. for several years a suc1 son; cessful live stock dealer, U thinking it Pollco Judge John N. Mcnefee. Jr.. negro, handed Ed Snltcr, n n $7K lino nnd 25 days ihst week for flourlshug' a pistol at the depot. Judge Mencfco suys that he Intends to break up this habit of carrying weapons and will Imboso tho limit wherever tho opportunity presents Itself. Joo liny- den caught n 5 tor breach or tho peace. Bomo trouble cnnie up between tho two negroes nnd Snltor pointed the gun at llaydcn. Salter claimed that he merely carried tho pistol to the depot to give to.n man to whom It belonged nnd who was going nwny, but It didn't look that wuy to the Judge. vvarnnts wero Issued ror tho nrres or Ed Withers, Andy Carson, Charley Daugliniin nnd Hear Alcorn, all color ed, charging them Ith "shooting craps." The Cnrson negro confessed nnd wns given 23 days In Jail; Charley Baughman wns acquitted nut me have so far been un.ble to folate tho other. one-arme- d Hon. George Erwln Stone, of Dan ville, was hero Monday on business Dr. W. D. Tardir, one or the best Ho met many old friends and made a number or new ones, who urged him known colored men In this section of to make the race ror the democratic the state, ana formerly principal ot nomination ror circuit Judge next uie coioreu scnooi here, has Just been summer. Judge Stone Is a brilliant ginnted a patent by the government speaker, nn excellent lawyer and has on a coopllnr device which will enmany friends here nnd throughout the able the engineer of a train to un district who win bo glad to rally to couple his engine from tho rest or the his supporL Tho reception ho met with here yesterday caused him to train while seated In his cntlno cab. about conclude that he will mako the Tho device works by the turning or race. Reports from Boyle are to the a lever. Ilallroad men who have effect that ho is very strong in uoyio seen It say that It will prove a great county. benefit In case or wreck or derail ment, ror it enables the engineer to cut his engine and. tender loose from the train, and oftentimes will operate Fish & Pennington to prevent heavy, damage and possible loss ot life FOR. DIS80LVE PARTNERSHIP, Dr. Tardlt Is negotiating with s6v- eral manufacturing concerns to make MER TAKING BUSINESS. his coupler and several ot the big railE. D. Pennington has sold his Inter- roads are said to be anxious to 'buy est In the popular Insurance firm ot his patentrlght or else to obtain uso Fish) & Pennington, to his partenr, of It by payment of a royalty. Dr. Tardlf's friends believe that he ought who will go It nlone. Mr. W. to make a fortune out or his InvenPeiTSligtou will probably go to wrm tion. ir.g. Mr. Fish Is cne ot the besjt known Farmers' Institute Insurance men In this part of the LOCAL COLORED REALIZE A FORTUNE FROM IT. state and Is n hustler with untiring energy. He has engaged Mr. Herbert Klnnalrd, ot Lancaster, to look atter olllcc details, while ho Is out looking after business HOW ACOUT THIS7 IN LINCOLN COUNTY TO BE HELD A LITTLE LATER. Editor Interior Journal: I notice an article In Tuesday's paper declaring Hugh Logan to be the Uie champion fisherman. Mr, Logan s will have to come again. John C. ind myselt caught two cats In DIx river at the mouth ot Drake's creek, weighing 16 - and 17 lbs. ih two nlghU. You will have to "ask Pepples how we caught them. Very truly, Pep-picM- C. B. KING. Sam Patrick farmers' Institute organizer for the State Department of Agriculture, was here last weok, the Lincoln County Farmers' Institute which will be held a llttlo later In the year It has been Intended to hold" the Institute this month, but it wus decided to call them oft during the state fair, bo that the date vaR postponed until later. An effort will be made to have the Interior Journals Corn and Tobacco show held during the county institute, and Commissioner of Agriculture M. C. Rankin will very probably be on hand to judge the exhlbiu. . What Tluence Is It . a WILLOW GROVE SCHOOL HOUSE. (Boyle County.) 1 seriously ot here, and making a cattl-j pc-alt- the business ot the tradfl d;a v,-- .., per-plan- s . - h. , Since tho road scraper man passed out the pike from here to Mt. Salem, the road Is left In much wors shape thari known for years and get' tjntf worse. The ridges left by the scraper hold the water near the cen-- . tfr qf tho joad, cdttfng dlWhes- and carrying tho metal 'off- the road. Put thhY road to Mt Salem in the hands of Squire James J. Helm la the earnest request 01 our community, and; note the great Improvement Iri lf r'nnrflilnn hv next January. TherS Is talk ot a 'new "railroad rrom Somerset to Montlcello. This will prove a great convenience to the people in that vicinity. An order has been' laaued by the Postmaster enoral at Washington, D. C, empowering the. rural. loute carriers to. Ml out tho vouchers ot all pensioners on their respective routes. The charges for same are not to ex ceed 25 cents each. i g Markshry Mrs. S. C, l'rlctu of Uncaster and Mri, Cnt Eubanks, of Stanford and Mr. Jew .Perkins, of Clncfnnatl wore here Sunday to" attend tho funeral of J, E, Perjtins; iutadt.fcon o(;Mr nnd Mrs. Ed. Perkins, at Lancaster ceme Uncle Harvey Hlgnlte Is spending THAT GOT ROWSY OUT OF PEN a month with his son at Barbourvllu AGAIN. Mrs. noutenL of Shelby City, has been visiting J. R. Aviit and family. (Danville Messenger.) MUs Alza Thompson, or Mt. VerWilliam Rowsey has been paroled1 non, has been a recent guest ot the again. Every Intelligent person In ' Bayle coUnty knows who William ,Misnea Thompson. Mr. nnd Mrs. B. J Lunsford. of Kpfraey is. lie killed a man named Preachers vllle. were visiting their, WJlUain, Mastersori at Parksvllle sevson, J. M. Lunslord and family, eral years ago. ' While In Jail In Dai. Mr. and Mrs. johh HeiW4nfl Ut yWeiie escaped. ' tie daughter v'er' jtyUnjjn . .Fltigerald and Detective Thomas HeJ'ra tilled mm for months, Ml'ss Ella Thompson' h'fia" gone" to tipentf'thouianas ot dollars and at Rujsell county, Va., to play a Wtfd, !4V'$tugh(('JdljuIi Arizona. The story marriage ot a bfllatj flight,. ?nd- - chase, would read ding march at the' friend, Miss Fralef, . Uke,0qUouliU8ead ot f?ct However , A protracted meeting "Mil begin at, IlL'flllaaa fayr.,,-- !., Kajala .n.n'B.V school house vhero some time fri the October. Services will be at nlghlj tried j and .sentenced .to (he pe&only through the week: and .onurij; (".utjarm ,U9,sWas. paroled and camo no'iae. He a la Qojte county but. a In a former report w'e' noted ht snprf, iimeHaeipre ue goi urunK ana. robbery of our mull box. Last week started trouble' again. He threatened It was robbed again, presumably by to kill Jailer Fltzgertld as the latter the same thleL There was a large was driving along the Perryvllle road. aount or mail Liken this time. The Having broken his parole be waa sent I. J. which wo copsider as staple as back to tha penitentiary nnd on last bread and butter in the home, was Tuesday, to the amazement of tha taken also, and our thoughts, for good citizens of this county, be waa tunately. were not expressed in paroJod again and turned loose ot enoken lancuace on this occasion communty. A section ot turnpike has been bull1 Some strong Influence, latent but recently by Boyle county, running none less potent tlis been brought r the Old Fort rock quarry. to bear on the prison authorities to frnm near Danville, to Mr. Phelps Cobbs, give this man his liberty again. which lacks a short distance or reacn-Inthe Lincoln line. Now, It Lincoln APMi VlSTUATOlfS NOTICI'.. county will construct an extension rrom the county line tunning by the All persons having claims against farms of Pulllam. McAfee brothers, Srniiitnr null uIucFb tu COuuSCt the estate of M. C. SouGoy, u6C6ass!, the Stanford anjd Kpob Lick plko the win nrpHPiit the same to the under-same. would be, j? BlgRodAUr6peMy vproieHf-o- n pniVSTO VJn&lo'livfue-Jfi- ' ot 09tdbr,. 1910.- aadrWr itiViJfito M vie In jthWaitU-dato 'persons ludebted to said dfoedenp.M) pleftao Betlle4an .C.t pulley. yiH . . ! Pn I g ni-a- g ,flW s y - i 'promptly. A GOOD POSITION. ' . Juatl-liabl- aludl-ence- tery. John Woods la In Lexington look-ifor a farm. He has to give po3who has .session to Mr. Saunders, bought his place. Miss Georgia Dunn Is taking a rest at Crab Orchard Springs. Mrss Mary Chestnut "and brother Tom., havo been visiting M. F. Bout hear Lexington. Tbo dwpeat sympathy la ten lor Mr. nnd Mr. Ed. Perkins on the death of their seven taoaths old baby, no died Saturday, TIM!1 child had been 111 for some time, but IU death as a eat shock to the community. Mav the Heavenly Father comfort parenU and console the n grlef-strtcke- n " UaaJUUC. CbaltUtla, Admrv of M. C. Sa,ufley, Deceased. ! ! .', . Cham-berlaln- 'a tho-dlstr- lc, At tho onera houjo tonight, "Mex ican Treachery," nnd ''The Adventure of Honeuead." Both excelleut feature turns. 5c and 10c. Wednesday night, "Hero nnd Leander," a Bhe feature film, and "Come to Supper," a Ine pic ture. Friday and Saturday nne pro grams. No show Thursday night ow ing to Coburn's Minstrels. tho United In the district cbu'l-foStates for the Eastern district, theHvVlr'ele's8 c6inpaule are establish Ksptucky,. In'othay matter olrCIareaw Injf stations throughout the country "Slpple, Baukrupt.. J. .. ... 1 i .Jk aa.Aaavl Kw ... uy virtue 01 there Is a greattshwcjage of telegraphPosltlonBjj'ay beginners from 70 Notlca of Sale on Bankruptcy. er?; oyo or N. Saunder;. rttfprpa, Jp. W to.?3Q ner month." with Jdod chance ? case, L. Jw trustee. W l, BtyleL The National advaieenL uw..h will un SSaturaar we six" official nJin.V.r 191(1. between,, .th .fawtftute operates li lnstitjt a Amrle under supervls-iSi'nf.-n- .' holirs o' 10 o'clock a, a. nnd . o'clock it.' and Wireless- Officials p, p.. on (he premises ne.u.oi w ot lanu Uadi.,'rtuatjd, iia, Uwola anHlaccs all graduates Into ....... ir..niiirlcv' nn tha waters of pay you to write them, It will Gren 'rtverj adJojBtn.ii. tha Dwjhaax Phllrt'delphla. Pa. tartai aud 'lying ,tjeac, the pomotBce.-o- i foffull details at Cincinnati, u., or Ju'mbo,, Kentucky. xpoo to the. hlgljpst a?d ftest, blddw, i. i.. 1...0.I .ho. uhnvn descrllMM Don't waste your money buying1 -I ..,... - avhm vmi rant net a bottle Of tnict br parcel Claud, 'together m i.. a. f.4.tlUa- " Maa 4 l.lnltivtltAnl0'." .t . i.a..l . " nineteen J. ""."il Chamberlain's Liniment for ZK ekU nnw xv.iq.i hv Ulnrence""t SIPPlOi taa named, and aUa A piece of flanuel dampened with ttaU bankrupt 'above in tha irrnwillir CTOD any plaster tot liniment Is superior to laino back, pains In the Insdo and upon tho said land. Given under my nauu m .m chest, and much cheaper. Sold by day ot Algust, laiO. i Penny's Drug Store. lM(1 It. A. UlVtili, aurusiow. f c-7 Can be had 6 ambitious young men ,i u,(io in tha field or "Wireless or Railway 'telegraphy.' Slnc'the '8- ... a a rfA...la.A i n .1 nqurtiaw oecamu .uwihv, ...... .ItlOB fi. ' ! i NOTICE. oiu -r- -u Tele-grjkj- - poll-tloBi- ii i ..-- aa. vw LL.,...'.l.i glHayifqii iii" in rr '""" u, ijiiintVnii.nrliiiiiiiiiiml'iiif "in1 "i" ' '""V ""' ll""- - In iiHin nil " tatWaHmjI- -l .llMalM Hl'H lalKW.W-Hll- - 'Tt!tf"f'fY,Wr mtltwmt ''""" F'MHM 2. THE STANFORD, KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. TUESDAY, 8KPTEMUKR 13, 1910. The Interior Journal Established 1871 Fall AM Winter Suiting My new fall and winter sample are now ready for your Inspection. They VWIT TUESDAY AND FHIDAY comprise the bent on the market 1 At 1 rcr Year In Advance. ran suit Any one as to price- - nho has hla clothes made to order. A suit Publlthtr made to your measure Is preferable HELTON SAUFLEY To have to ready made clotlies. Entered at the Tost Office at Stan- them made to measure doesn't cost ford, Ky., aa Second Class mall. any moro than ready mado when nuallty and fit Is considered. Come e Editor Green 11. Keller, of tho In and let mo take your measure. Mercury, who wns John H. What-ten'- s II. C. Kupley, the Frnctlcal Tailor 5 candidate (or clerk of tho senCRAB ORCHARD. ate lost session, has written a long Car-Hal- Not a minute should be lost when pftorEStttttM. symptoms" of croup. USMCSS Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, MINKS HOTEL or even after the croupy cough ap- Abe Minks, Morctand, pears, will prevent the attack. Bold Ky. Prop. .New Hotel Oppoalu Depot and by Penny's Drug Store. to Traveling Stable. 8pecll men Everything Brand New.. Single a rhltd shows : : am cmds.: : GOOD SHOES Its the Laborer, the man who toils, who needs and wears the best foot wear, and for the LABORING-MAN- , whether he be the boy at the plow, the man in the tobacco field, the teamster, builder or section OUT-OF-DOO- Rts Rooms. "Sure Cure" "I would like (o guide suffering women to a sure cure for female troubles," writes Mrs. R. E Mercer, of Frozen Camp, W. Va. "I have found no medicine equal to CarduL I had suffered for about four years. Would have headache for a week at a time, until I would be nearly crazy. I took Car-d- ui and now I never have the headache any more. Representing The Benefit Life Insurance Co. The leading annual dividend Com pany. Its distinction Is due to adher ence of successive managements to . . ,. ...ll,w uiu principle in uiuiuuiii. Mutual W. W. BURO.IN. DENTIST. Office R. M. NEWLAND ' Committees seem to old harmonious. was Young ever saw and we have sold shoes years. They fit and feel Veterinary Surgeon and dentist. for 25 The pains from which to has Specialist horse and animal Sunday Shoes. They wear many women suffer every Stanford, Phone m like disease. Cincinnati to take position. month are unnecessary. left tote, WILL like iron shoes, they turn water like It's not safe to trust to hauling, Livery: all kinds where si, Birmingham, strong drugs, right at the nlture packing. rubber shoes. $7.50 for a accept a position. time of the pains. S'anford, Better to take Cardul James Anderson and . top, top; $8.75 for for a while, before and children have returned after, to strengthen the after visiting relatives tliere. The meeting of the Democratic rnrrt Look at them whether system and cure the cause. at Lexington Saturday tack left last week nlgntt This is the sensible, the to presage a return of to accept a you buy or not. You never saw one Birmingham, tirrrci. the scientific, the right way. gatering Mrmbtn atlr lodrt the party. times prrtcnt. sition. Judge Try it very better. "MENZIES SHOE," anothTpnna Thompson leaves this was elected chairman of tho to enter J. J. week for campaign committee with Henry P. er Pennant Winner; a soft, tough boon, tlsn Prewitt secretary. Just watch hangtni congressmen elect ten Chamberlain's H. B. Northcott. all Writ Malnm., cnrtalnt leather; take our word for it. Try today the best this year. Diarrhoea IS. just one pair. You can't be hurt; the relief use medicine years the J J. For the first time It complaints. and cure democrats elected a governor $3.50 to $7.50. These two linesare the four cures grlplug, diarrhoea, dysentery, this All Kinds of Farm Produce L& N. TIKE THBLE really taken at the first and congressmen are tferaocratis and a n. r. the best things ever sold u Stanford Branch T. natural looseness of the Tudor, the legislature, which jority No.J,.Sorlh.4:0 equally valuable for children (:S r. here. Sold only by a democratic Unted States senator. Htus sweeping national adults. It always cures. Th Woman's Tonic Brooks. Mr. Bragg Thompson n Miss Annie Bronnughi Ala., for Mr. Mrs. JOHN COOK gone on "II Ky. week will ADAMS of Fur- 6-inch editorial In his paper which the I3en Johnson press bureau Is sending broadcast over the state "warning" democrats that former Got. Beck-baIs for McCreary for governor. Such a "warning" Is a timely one, Indeed. There are a lot of Democrats v.bo have wondered whom Beckham would favor In the next gubernatorial race, for be baa never declared himself In favor of any man so far as we Lave seen in his paper. When It comes to a choice between Beckham and Whullcn we believe that the great majority of the Democrats of Kentucky would rather trust Beckham's Judgment In the matter of the man who Is best suited to lead the Democratic party to victory In the state next year than that of the Boss who is Keller's of the Buckingham titular deity. The graded school opened Monday with the usual ceremonies, 141 pupils matriculated. Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Kimble were called to Corbln by telephone to be with their daughter who Is critically 111. at Residence. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. man, we have made especial preparation for you. We feel we are offering our trade this time the Dentist Hours 8:30-1- 2 A.M. and 1 to 4:30 PM olllce Myers House flats Stanford Ky DR. W. N. CRAIG, DR. T. W. PENNINGTON Mrs. Mollle BiirKln has returned lroni Shelbyville. Mr. and Mrs. .1. D. Willis have returned to St. Louis after spending the summer with their parents, CapL and Mrs. J. B. Willis, Bt Crab Orchard Springs. Miss fiella Arnold, of LancaUer, has been a recent visitor of Miss Mollfe IN Tike Oculist and Optician over H. J. McRoberta' Store Stanford, Ky. PRESSED 8TANDINQ SEAM GALVANIZED ROOFING. footwear that best machinery can make or money can buy. We KNOW the R " WITCH ELK" Shoe is the best shoemaking we Large Quantities carried In Stock. EADS' TIN SHOP, Stanford. Phone 114. nuu from Spring- Ky. Phone 173. MASONS' MEETING. 9-in- ch $10for-15-inchtop- good The field, 111., Mr. "Beans,"' Collier Ala., for Miss po- Allie W. Lincoln Lodge No. SO. K. A A. M. will nrat nnd In thttHl communltMlon on of rnch month, nt T:no third Monday man-loro'Cior in ineir nan on main are Ky. of T. W. Inrlted to bo Bee. Louisville school and Ken-tack- y Democratic In 30 known In Colic, Cholera Itemedy Is for In of bowel LANCASTER, KY. BELDEN. palntlnc decocarriage and For alto liuggjr trimming rative paper kind inch aa tops recovered of and bootamade. HtopoverAIdrldge'i black Wanfcrd Ky., mltUibop 'Phone No. BELDEN. BUYER OF Maine week. Two of ma- should be un of meanB bowels, Is All signs point to a democratic victory In and Sold by Pen- - K. M'oV. WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR: Oc No. , Hoatb, 10:i& A A. No. S, North, No.R.lOiMA.M. No, Month, 1I:M M. M. M. it. 1911. fny's Drug Store. We Have This Season 11 Springers Turkevs Ducks, per lb Roosters, per lb Hides per lb Feathers Ginseng, per lb Yellow Root, per lb 10-l- lc 12- -1 7-- 8c 3c J08. 8. No.K.Sittr.x. RICE, Agent. H. J. McRoberts. R. II. Coffey 5c 7c lSHOc $500 LIME AND 6ALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR HRCOUCE. Phone 153 We can please you. G. L. Penny E. R. Coleman j. a am Is .in Ice Cream Soda Water CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Buyer of All kinds of farm produce and The Hoosier Drill SBBJSfJSBJSSJHSiJSfBBJSMBfpjpjBpH iaIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHkalllllaflsMssBBstflBBasiiiiiiHsBMH Si CHOOSING A WHIP. easy matter hero. Wo have l'c every stjle, for every use tint at 11 to 11 Springers about any price. The only whip you 5 to 5 K!c cannot get here Is a poor one. Wo Roasters 12 to 13c have none of thai Kind. Our whips Turkeys only n sample of our harness and 1 to fcc are Ducks of horse goods. You'll tlnd 6 to "c all kinds lust as good as the wnips Hides the latter 15 to 43c and equally moderato In price. Feathers Meal, Flour, Ship Stuff and Chick- J. C. McCLARY, Stanford, Ky. en Feed for sale or In exenange ior Hens Kgi;s 2 paying today for: to 10c FUales Grape Juice And a Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. 2 Produce. With AH th Latest Improvements Phone 20. We can make it to your interest to van us a call. FARMERS E3BSBBBBBaBBBBBBESgsra J,L.Beazley&Co., SaSaSaiSaSasHaSaisaSaSaSasftflsSaSaSaSaSaf Read This if You Have Sheeo. tsiiiawLElL'wils&siisiiiiiiH IV. Furniture and Undertaking. A. TRIBBLE, Day Phone 28. Night Phone 133. i&liii Stock Repay Care v The care you giro stock," especially In feeding. Is returned to you ten fold in good hard cash. Keep your Horses, Cows, Sheep and Hogs in good condition and free from worms by feeding " v7ggggal gLM&l MormWot-M- ar Lmmbm-M9- ra ft MuHon gawT Tbit'i wbara proflU ara la ilwp Jggj gaW Miln. bat f oa cannot f ! lb bit tgB SM croflu anlM joa kep your inlmiw BJ BK tn from worm. HtH H B appointed bathroom. It adds to the Joy and comfort of living. Keeps doctor's bills down too. Wo are prepared to put one in lor you and when you get your figures you won't find them nearly so high as you expect, by which you escapo ruin in of fire. It Is the only rational A LUXURIOUS NECESSITY In which you can protect what In every homo Is a handsomo sanitary own. Don't arguo that you'll (3J"ACaJsShSE?'" case way you .Stanford, KenturHy. Undertakers and Era balm. Also Dealers in Fur niture, Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. TAN FORD. - KENTUCKY era. save the premiums and Insure yourself. What If a fire should como today, tomorrow or next week? How much would you have to bulla a new houseT Let us Insure you today. CONCRETING of con. cretlng, iuoh ai Ulock Work, Pavcmanta and. In fact, we can make any thing from a noma down to a tone poit. Wa yon promptly and guarantor can uaerve work and matarlal. (Jail and gat oar prlcea before you buy your material at leaat. nrat-cla- -- H' Wsarelnpoiltlontodoallklndt SALlYET little. It puts the animals' stomachs and intestines In perfect condition. so iaat every parucie 01 icoa is di gested and assimilated. Sal-V- at does its werk qtuekl: package for 75 cents. 4 A QntliM,OM, TMa wonder working medicated salt is easy to feed and coats but will potUrlr cImq out li roraM.not S Bt only In joar bMp, but In Try ottxr SJ animal on roar plac. Tola wonder work. 4Sfl f" In remtKJr will dMtror nd upcl ntrf JE a atworis,lTlniUiknlmlCrMlolUat 1 BX and MlmUl atary ouoca ol food II mU. Jt Br at liawondarfattoole and con. 8J It r olUonar. to f aorta bat HI of t cent S day JM IJBJ k par aMf-V- at Md. liraionftctartdby tba M company, BTjw b. k. V SI W. K. WARNER, Phone 186. Stanford, Ky. Fish & Pennington, Stanford, Ky., PhoneSOO If you have anything to sell in the Harry Jacobs, Dealer In and Manufacturer of PHILLIPS BROS.. Stanford, Ky. v bd k. acTtuod.0. ru jH H BBBBBBBBBBBBW'iBBBBBBBBBBBr BBBBBBBBBBaal It Is ntiiuifutttwJ by 8. B. Fell Co. 1 Pence ' .' bmWar 1 BrOS.. : Ate Stanford, Kentucky. Marker and 1'oiti . Oemetery and Law Vaietand Helteci. Unlet) and work!, Mo Kinney, Ky. OHIO VALLEY EXPOSITION Take to GOTO Aug. 29 Sept. 24, 1910. Nunncllcy's New Stock Yards A magnificent parado will take Carton's llettanrant Lancaitar, Street HUnford, K. 3 hours to pass a Riven point will' MeaU terTedat all bouri up to ll'J0. .. He buytand el b every day i n the mark the opening of the Ohio Valley Ueit place Iu wn (or a good quick inng on year except Sunday, Exposition, Aug. 29th 1910. Special Cooking to suit oarratal. cuitomtri our ipclalty Your stock. Beet market iu low rates to Cincinnati, O., via tbu l " ai Hplendld ntw line of fanoy ' a""iTT the State with plenty of Q. & O. routo have been placed In QroecrlMi or LtxiDglon iuhlde ofj ed and water best covered Ji effect. Ask ticket agent for particu- Hot Ooffte, Bandwlcnei, pies, Butter milk, We also do a general hitch and feed business. lars. W. A. Heckler, General lessen-ge- r STANFORD, KY. and sweat BilJk, etc., at all tUaM. Agent, Cincinnati, O. I tjM4gHgfta4LaftagssBBBHVuraslA . Bw STOCK - Marble and Granite Monu- LINE ments, When Hungry flHEgils - W. A. CARSON, Prfu iintnarui'rt 1 '" "'' . Jit r " - jS-ii-- jbltttiif y Wwiimrjn t 131 W BM III VWJHmrV'mW r-7'jm "i n' .Piny y m nwif n ii;i"T w 'y Hfi"WlMIJIPlUlyfBiW "WHPlfH'- - vW .TJJIWDAY, HKPTKtollEft 13, 1910. THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. 3 New Dress Goods All shades in Exccls'or Broadcloth, so popular New 'Silks i"Wc have just placed on sate a beautiful line of Persian, Plaid, and BS. Persian and Plaid Combination Silks for new Fall waists. 'T Price $i.00 to $1.75 per yard. 4Nkt H 'bWbbb'v S LBBBBBHflBB? iMbbbbV 1 eaF feBBBa9.1 BBBBlfc J4 bbbbV bbbbb9 F dBBLBBBBBB for Fall lDressc- A $r New Bags. Of Course We Are Not Proposing In fact we prefer 50 Inches wide, at $1. that you That "V We liavc all the new and desirable styles in Ladies' Hand Bags 50c make the most rigid comparison of our merchandise with that of to $1.00; orhcr stores. We believe the more you compare, the surer wc arc fSecionc cxga large bag for 50c. you take all we say In blind fafth. I Outing Flannels. Wc open the season with all solid colors at 10c.; Extra Special in SOLID WHITE OUTING at 8c. Fancy Light and Dark Checks G Wc. There ti a bow line of ZSc box patera, aptclal Tallica at rtnny'B DruK Here. PERSONAL NOTES s Mra. Mattle NetlUi Ib visiting ta Knoxvllle. Col. Jamee I. Hamilton, of Garrard, M here between trnlm Sunday, Mla Goodie nedd, of Crab Orchard, baa been the attractive gueat of Mrs. Ueislo McKlnney and family. Mra. M. F. Elkln of Lexington, and d'.ughter, Mra. E. P. Morltz, of New York, were tho gucsta of Mra. O. I Huffman lait week. This waa their tint vlalt to their old home in acveral year and they were Riven a cordial welcome by their many frienda. UeoTKe I Penny la Buffering with rela-.tire- Mra. Mary Adame, of liustonvlllo, apent Monday with Mra. Iiettle Me- Kinney, Mr. Joseph Hocker, of Kansas City, la vllaltlng his brother, Mr. J. 8. Hocker. left thla Miss Margaret Wancn morning for Rome, N. Y., where ahe Uachrs this winter In the school for Stanford, Kentucky. SEVERANCE & SON, Stanford Opera House For Balo to get your business. THURSDAY, SEPT. the deaf. Meadamea Porter Btngg and Joe l'ortman loft Saturday for Mlddlea-bor- o to vtnit their aunt, Mra. Lllllo Mra. R. C. Baufley spent several daya here Ith relatlvca before leaving for her home In Parker, Aria. Misses Luclle nnd Clara Cooper lett on Sunday for New York City, whero they go to teach thla year. Misses llortha and Catherine Eads, of thla pltice nnd Mis Verva Sink of Lexington, spent Sunday at Elixir Uie Bprlngn. Mils Sink has been guest of the Mlsees Eada. Tho Current Eenls Club will meet Thursday ol next week with Mra. J. . J, A, Goburn's GREATER Fine black road mare, 4 Nellie, tho afflicted1 'daughter of Her. old, Blnndard registered. A. II. and Mrs. W. U. McRoberta, of Dan" Urown, Danville. ville broke one of her hips and brnttr' nlkp sprained an ankle by walking ont OU fvif. lflrifpa rnnt mi Return to this office and receive re a second story window Saturday ward. That the child was not mare sertoaitj--- . Injured is regarded as almost a mirFor Sale The house on East Main acle for the drop wta a long one. Sfcei- street known aa the Pennington Is about 17 years of age and has ateCst place. Apply to T. W. Pennington. bad the use of her right mind state? she was a small child and aultereaty For Rent A large storeroom on from a heavy fever. Main and Liberty streets, Hustonvllle la in first class Bbare. Apply to J. J. C3-Allen, Hustonvllle. in'.t 4 M -- i tf 8 YOUCAN.BUY' Warren. i.m.s-fcx-e- l An All White Company of Merit. An Entire New Company and Show From Last Time. The Finest First Part Setting ever seen on the Stanford stage. Tho tax books for 1910 are now ready. Settle now and avoid the rush and confusion of waiting until the last day. W. L. McCarty, Sheriff. Lost for refy P.Jaln gold bracelet. Reward to this office. Inflammatory rheumatism. e Mra. Robert McAnlch la in Ixmls-vlllthla week taking In the fair and tlilUng her son, Mr Henry McVnlsn, who U holding down a pood Job with .,.. orm at v U. Klrbr Mra. Mc Anich will visit 'dative n indaaaroreturning uomo lla before Mr. and Mra. J. C. McClary have returned from Battle Creek Mich , W. Ireland. m Kb Improved h health. Mr. Sbap Webb who haa been apend-- t tU summer with hit erasdmother, Mra. Sallle Saufley left Monday for kU htun la Knoivll e. Mr, awl Mra. Jaaea T. Menefee were kmr diva from Danville wltn Mr. Meaefee'a parenU. The popular yoesg eeupla will aeon leave Danville The most reliable system renevator restores vitality, regulates the kidneys and system. Recommended by your druggist as the best. Bush as HolUter's Rocky Mountin Tea. 35c Tea or Tablets. Sbugars and Tanner. Tuesdays. Mrs. McClary's class In china painting begins Sept. 13th. Class days Your coal cheapeir rightjnow than? anyr time in the yeaiz-Leus fill your bins with our FOXI t PENDLETON-LAND- I. url . for Kaexville, Tenn., to make their future beeae aa Mr. Menefee travels Hutchison-Loguest of Knoxvllle for a large paint com pany. A marriage that should have been Mr. and Mra. V K, Bhugara and isane occurred at are attending mentioned in our-laMtsa Bara Daughman the Methodist parsonage here on the tbo Stato Fair at LoulsUlle. 7th The bride waa MUa Mary Rigney Meadamea E. P. Woods. Annie Hutchison, of this city, and Mr. Mike Nannie Wooda Kitchen and LoRUe, of Boyle county. Mr. Walter Mlfs Suo Taylor Engleman have re- Fowle and wife, cloie friends of the turned from Crab Orchard Spring bride, were present. The bride, who Mra. PnUy lirown and aon, Opple. is a very popular young lady, will be Tobacco growers will lind coke an have relumed from Urodhcnd, where mined, especially, In religious circles, SHORT LOCAL NEWS they have bevn vlsltng for tho past aa she ib an earnest Sunday school and ideal fuel for drying tobacco. Write week, Charles Roberts, of King' Mountain, or phone us. Danville (Ky.) as Light church worker. Mr. Locue'a brother ,Mla 8ue lleth Jamea left yesterday married a alster of his bride. They de- wis fined 110 In Squlro Singleton's Company. 55-to enter achool at Livingston. Ala. parted for the groom's borne immedi- court at King's Mountain Saturday for "cussing" a woman. Hue, haa ben the gn"tt of tho Miaava ately after the ceremony. There will be preaching at tho Ilap-t. rturdette for tho anmmer for ale. Buff Orphlngton cockerels church next Sunday morning and 53-C. C. Withers. ut night. All members are urged u attend. For Sale Good, eight room house, with lot and garden and all necessary Delinquent school taxes not paid by 1 outbuildings. Also coal bins and Oil. 1, will bo adverUsed. L. R. store building with good stock of 57-- t goods. Terms reasonable. Call or Hughes, treasurer. write to Mrs. J. C. Napier, Rowland, daughter of Mr A fSBBBPBBBBBCaJlBBBBV Ky, for particulars. and Mrs. K. L. Martin died at Turn'- aBBBBBSBSwBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl ABBBBBBBBBBBBtaZ. For Rent Storerooi'i on Main orsvllle Friday. They lost another SmbbbbbbbbbH1 aBBB9BBaCl9BBBlT street recently occupied by Goldstein. child on the 21'nd of August and have Apply to H. C. Daughman. the sympathy of everyone In their tl.C UALJB?BBBBBbVbBbM VlK BBBlBBHBBBBBBBBBa Saturday. hour of sorrow. SALE. On m;m.iR Si.nt "I Mrs Knlllo It. SnulloV will .. .. . . iseu ni ner iio m on Tt....llln A..nn..n ' t The two yearold son of Mr. and Mrs. u," I " household effects,! inunibr of hergoou miicn cow, eic, i cnariey Harris oieu ai jeuco iwu ui kitchen utensils, I whoorjlnir couch and was buried at Eph- etc Seo bills later. colored man wns ,u. church Lincoln Co after services by unknown An drownM whllo awlmmlng In th rail- - !Rev. Noakes. A large crowd of sympa- thetlc friends attended tne tunerai. road pond at Moreland Saturday. e. 4 Mr. W. P- Land and Mra. Allco aurprlsed their many Pvndletou frienda last week by going to Louisville, where they were quietly married. They will have many wishes for complete happlneas. The Greatest Comedians ever seen with one company; headed by Mr. Ed Hays, Hi Tom Ward, Billy Blackwell, Tom Post, Spike DuRoss, Snake and others. Double auartette of singers. The Great Mantell Marionette Circus and six other big Vaudeville Acts. Prices - - - - 25c, 50c, 75c. Reserved seats at Shugarsjc Tanner's. Wednesdays and Thurs days. School children desiring to take water colors or china can take Suturday afternoon. Another pnnrildnte for honors as the leading fisherman has been found In the per&on of Mr. W. A. Payne, who, Inch with Hugh Logan pulled a 2'J cat out of Dlx river at Flat Rock last which weighed 12 pounds. Sister-vill- e week and from someone who can Let's hear beat this. 2 RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per busheL Clean Coal; No'SIadb-Phon- e 11,. J. H. BaughrrrantfSCo.-- - r FALL FANCIES! 1 13 frfk New Fall Clothes. Take a look at the Fresh Ones Just In. Do they look "Ready Made?'' No indeed See how nicely they" are tailored, how well they fit and how becoming Yet they are not expensive $10 to $20. ! ! TV three-year'ol- d BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBUllvfiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBftBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV W 1 ... i W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY a L. R. Huglica T. JV. Humble W. O. Martin $g Vaal bbbbbbI o oeoo 8 dfiMmMHmM inBJ r $o New Line Of Novelties 1 1 Pi "f JBBBBTBBBiir3l-'TaibbbbbbbbV bbbbbbbbV M S . H.it Sebtdocr CopTrlfhlitet br tUm Get Acquainted Now If.vou have not been wearing 1 1 1 1 V MM h a Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes Itllvprctty certain that you have thought about the matter at some get actime.or orther, and you will never have a better chance to w quainted with the best in men's clothes than right now, at thisstore .Why buy something "Just as Good" when the genuine costs you flkkiaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBT V NO MORE. FARMKIW THINK OP THIS All gram deposited the eamo depth. This boo travels tho ma .lmitti a (tin Jibe, No loetc dirt can fall into the fur- row until afrer tho seed is penosited. No eeed ever comes m contact with the dUe. Come in a tt j1 look at it. We have just received a new line of pretty, Aunovelties in Neck-wearto Scarfs, large, brilliant hat pins, Jabots, patent leather and Persian belts in handsome colors. Also beautiful all sizes line of hand-bagand prices; from 50c to $5. Call and see us before buying up-to-da- te ,. s, HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Gummins ., & Wearen, ajmn'i J. W. H. Stanford, Kentucky. HICGINS, ,1. Dry Goods. Notions, Shoes STANFORD, KENTUCKY. L STANFORD, KENTUCKY Jp -- "'i . I...- - .Ml. ,iiniii t UMMkUMMlkaa mmimmmumMmiftt0ukm i V Itew Tailored Suits More Most Varied Line We Want You To See Tliem. r THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. IB TUHflDAY, SKPTBMBBR 13, 191. . ii f Hm3K Watch That Griffon Suit. v CONSIDERING the demoralized condition of the Cloak and Suit trade in New York City, resulting from the strike of over a hun- dred thousand tailors, we consider ourselves remarkably fortunate in being able to offer our trade the largest and best assorted line of high grade Tailored Suits we have ever shown this early in the season. We are enabled to do this because a number of firms making our finest suits recognized the justice of the strikers' demands and met them halt way and settled with them Aug. 1st, and went i:o work at once while the other makers tried to fight the strike. Not only have we the largest stock but we also have the most varied in styles, materials and colors, showing more than .NINETY distinct styles of suits. As usual we have paid particular attention to the tailoring and iinishing of suits and materials and linings, as we intend our customers shall have the BES1. Another very important fact is that we have all our suits made by tailors who make a specialty of garments for SOUTHERN WOMEN that is why our garments fit so well. While we have a nnmber of very desirable style suits well made of all wool materials at $15, we are very strong on suits from $20 to $45. Come in often, as every express from the east now will be bringing us in new goods. Baltimore Made The Horn cf VII Good Clothes. My Full line, more complete than ever, is now ready lor your inspection. Call by and ask to sec the only "make" that fits like Tailor-mad- e clothes. ALL WOOL SAM ROBINSON. Stanford, Ky. SEE ME About That New Suit. Just Received . a Big Line. I J m L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky, mmmum)mwMmn Mwmn i1in..imw.i iu.i,h Nor-Sho- i immmW Remember That Every Garment in Our Stock Is Made in New York Citv. We Handle No Western M Made Suits. p vVV JL B. Robertson ." & Bro., e - fL- v THE FARMERS Iknvfife. Ky. ' 1 tubular track is csiUy put la position. It is Impossible lor this track to lreeio up. doe or tick. Tba slot Is on the lower ' lflf M' Je. Not tb tandem roller camire tke wheels are round, with a Baago In tba easier, wbico JHombs the coRSpelllac the carrisce to wetk frtfly b4 is pertet Hqey The,. solid, stee J, wheeli ar rooumca cm routr peanngs. Barn iS' Jf The Door Hanger st, . September 28, 1910. I will offer for sale on the Premises, 212 ACRE FARM a: my highly Improved s; js: a;: on the best of pikes, S miles from each Danville and Lancaster C2G acres Tillable land 773.rf waIob4; feast tobacco land .r: 22 .iwres of 'well timbered riverside land. : rixrytes .Indications are second to none and If mined should pay ;; cast of land. THE DWELLING ii u: ur schools and churches In the State. tobacco barn with STre are. three good tenant houses, a z: excellent basement for stock 06x134 feet. -- : Considering location, buildings, quality, land, etc., no more de- V s: ylr able furtahoniQ' has bccaipUCSf span tie- - niarket. e s: ;: ;: crae of the best in the country Is a nine room, modern built house, feeated by furnace and well finished. It Is noted for Its beautiful UpHhy location , good neighborhood and close proximity to best '.: JAMES OTTER, Dnvlle, Ky. The biggest buncn ot cattle on the market lere In mariy months was on court day. Anderson Nunneltey l'laln ulne-holwheat drill, good as hand wan unable to accommodate all at the. new, for sale cheap. W. P. Logan. stock yards. Prices ranged from 3i Northern seed rye, extra nice, price to Be with almost everything selling, st.10 per bU., at J. II. Baughman & There were many mule colts In town t Co. CO to I US. young Jersey and all went fast at from FOR SALE Nice Turpln, Stanford, milk cow. J. S. Deafness Cannot Be Cured A7-Kr. br MUiiaM..u pony for sale; has been driven Mhw4 poruoa oi u. i, tbtr (uulnut w.r v Good nei. h oair dot u mxtnu tu w uaail ttmmxtad ot tu M by children. H. (J. Baughman. bMtoM. I. tlDM by tart Ewuaftiu Tut, Let me Insure your barns' and to- mM'nnc o ,ouTit. rumDMoC hAin4 or tw Intut KBHUmxl bacco. W. A. Trtbble. Mi. lb rtetiiL lAa iuIm. IM SiSuibVtiM ca b. We have Just unloaded a car of ukn'out u4 tu. tub rxviml i n BonuryooK Missouri Fulte wheal for soed, price Xiao, othnrtoc will tx tttinjti tonrtt? alo. clM WHi tea uv cauwd tit ootainf lurUcw. $1.30 pr bu. J. H. Baughman & but a latUanl toedltloo et Ux mveou. tor m M im-OUtn(M IXHUf. Mr (uunt br turr) tot tuot b. cwl lint Dhimi Co. 57V!t tunun. ttr. br ur. dtirni oji iwi r. J. For Sale. A well Improved farm HAlif h TtmnMLI.' CHENEY- - CXX. Tolcla. o. of '0 acres, near Alt. Salem, houseTU. UU i ruBUr ruu lot eoattlpttloa. hold and kitchen furniture, stock, and Fpr Bale Nice residence on Main farming tools. P. ii. Woodson, ML street In Stanford, Kr the frontage Salem, Ky. For Sale. Sow and U plgsU. L. of lot large enough for another build BeiryJ Ilustonvllle. Ing lot Ail necessary outbuildings' Wanted cattle to graze 70 acres ot Everything in good repair. Price goodtbluo grass. R. L. Berry, Hut- - 12.750. A bargain, see L. R. Hughes', 57-2- rf CM' sails to tn .w v mww rasJaar I bre4' (belter Iron to l9 UWT n. lW,lna.tMa MsvtMIM: limit can bur. aom thing,, JkavwM good, no(6aW b SSTBui svt iannva.mT.w tlgst tba NacaSsas Tubu r 'lilt "besttbat raoey l) you want ths & i1 lar turn J ll i. FOR gU,BY aE ORGE l- H. FARR '--' 8TA( FORD, KY. H.H i)- Y" Flf W.-w- ' 49-2- 3 8TIRmNG TliNMMli and : acre well wtpred, oao kaared acroa ta grass 50, acres for whsaL This land produces fin tobacco, corn and wheat A fine young orchard of one hundred bearing trut trees, a modetti new six too in house, cistern, a door, cellar and all neccaarj outbulldmw.' two tenant bouses, large bars, Bew.sllo, free malt delivery. 'Uiree. huar-et- i yards to school, x mllea to union church. WUk nake term? eaar. W, F. Dlshoa, auiBjoijdKyBojtx Phoae R rlag k. pike LieisraWra containing lis pKAffttj FOR SALE " Ky., R. R No 1, Box 49 Wanted To buy a place of 7C to tlOO acres In Lincoln county, one hav ing improvements. Address P. O. Uruatest evont of the kind evor held In Kentucky. 50 saddle mare, Box 65, Stanford, Ky. buck for sale. S. J. Nice registered. Tana Allies, 50 Jennets and colts. All Catalogues now EmbVy. fu,x..K Strnvefl from in v nlacp. a ' ready. Kvery 'one of these ' Jennets should be kept in Kentucky. old Jersoy bull; wllpwIgh about 800 rwnlrfila! 1ih hnrn'it. Anv Informatlnn in 'regard to same will b thankfully Cook Farms First AnnnakSale v i ! grade Southdown ram Iambs. Fisher and Renlck cro-esMrs. Mattle IL Hewes, Morelaad, For Sale High ; . OHIO VALLfeV ttXPOSITION, Clnelfjnatl, O, Queen A Crescejjt Route. Round Trip Fares'. From June- tlon City KJmtuctfyv.. TICKETS ON aAJLE DAILY A0 Good returning five days From Data of Sala $5.60 Good Returning until Sept we are having In the building line. We carry a, full Una, of lime, plaster. two-ypa- 29t. F. G. DENNIS, J. F. Ticket Ag'nt, Jtywtlon Cl'y Ky. m i temeiit and' 'averythlnj; else Deed! for bulldlnrY Kverjthlng purchased here will be-- found-odthbest quail- ty and the best for intended purpoi. We will savq you trouble asdNuBe sary expense by sending ts tu tsjraa estimate, Nitke A!t for sale with engine, a new saw will for sale, Vi cash, bal ance In two, (our and six months, We huvit a sMtII bUr 30 h-- w . i:v wltk'good uotcj King's Mountain Planing .Mill. King's Mountain. Ky a J. A ALLEN, StMftrri, Ky. COO & CO., Lexington, Ky. r P,ujc -- k;.v FOR 8ALE1 Small Hell zupnned farm outside of tvu lliilU between. Stanford and acres goou vowwa couiuiinnBij tbeuMj out houses-- new barn fine yomt orchard, water at house and toarit. Would make a good dairy or struck tarra for rfght man, J slsa bav farm ot lfll acres of land situated on Dlx river auhJ cotiBty road. This land is all in afnaa except Iti acres which Is in cultl vatfiou. This land will grow tine or corn and has some fine oa It. Will sell cheap and make rM to suit the purchaser or will For lnfor mmmUifmr town property. ffifffHi write or call oa mo at Row- Frank Cordlor famA a Urn-&- " U. O. Lewis sold bis nice llttl(,W& SALE. In Ihe Waynesburg section to JaTWSr,' ' Haying decided" to p'up farming Blveps of Pike county, last weey.W on account of j poor health, I will on J2.U00. Mr. mvens ana nis Wednesd'ay. 8ept. 21st, 1I0, offer for Wllt.biore to the place Immediate Kiitlth ItmiDlimnn In rnnrhl InliltAWft kale at imbUp outcry at my farm oVer'tha showing of his UeorWIuif about three miles xouth of Shelby stock made In J. II. Baughmanu WR City, on tiie llustonvlllo and Danville siile last week. He had three turnpike, near Bowen at 4 o'rlock a old mares In and they brought of 77 m., the following described property FOR SALE CHKAP-Tr- act 'ho uillk cows, four ayfurold bu.f-er- a acres 3 miles from Crab Orchard, one good bull, ouo brood inurp,, Ky., Joining farm. Ad one yearling filly, two mowing ma- - dress W H .Mueller, Stanford, Ky. For 8ald Oood work horse; 10 chinos hay rake, new; two horse wagon, eight hogs, one years old; sound; work any whore buggy, some good hay and many othpr'uud rides well. J, II. Livingston, R. uitlcU's loo numerous to irentlou. U. No. 1. Tor.'nfc Cach. LOST 2251b. black sow. Howard . L. P. COKF.MAN' (or retuin to Mrs. Lucy Hamllon, R. 8helby City, Ky f. D. No, i. , 1'. ijauirtltr, Auct. ww t.fAXi.!. J. C. ' McClary, . SALEOFLAND 'May-! V' iany 9kFlls iiftMaUfr t let As nguut uf the heirs of Mrs. U Oood, I will oa the premise, nt M., 6u abuut V i.V .jmmmmW. EKm'EammMLtmL BSSsHIIbSsKiSSSSSSSSSsKbIbSSSSSSSSSSSSST' VsSioiciiasBSHiaBBisBi Ti m ' i. thli mort . WrzysJ BOURBON in the drinking of all dtttructir Inftctloui diitixi get a "grip" on your flock. few Uropi of 8'turoay, Sept. 10th. 1913. POULTRY CURE d 52-t- 67-'.- 't fowl in prime condition (or egg-liyinOne 30o bottle mekea 12 fl.Hons ef medicine. Every poultry riiier ihoulJ keep a bottle of this medicine on haad. natcf cure, and prevent. Cheara, Umbcrneek. Roup aa,d other eiirtlng lormi of poultry dinaiei, anj puti offer for sale ui publl: outcry t tract of 63'8lM00 acres owned by Mrs Uood at the time of her death. Tho land s about Vi mile from Turners- vlllu on tho McCormack's church pike Is well watered and all In grass Possession given Jan. 1, Terms will be announced on diy of sale. 3. U. PAXTON, Undertaker and KmbalrVtfcr STANFORD,,'- - KY- rftt Phone !IT. IHom. f hon.'.So. O. New CARTBIf, a. Depot TANFORD, Hverw Street,-'-Phon- p". e AgenL 84. IENTUCUY.